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Sumvision Cyclone Micro Media Player

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  • Plug and Play support for USB storage devices and MMC/SD/MS/SDHC cards.
  • Upscale playback of standard media files to 1080p resolution through HDMI.
  • Fast forward rewind zoom pause and repeat functions.
  • USB support for Enclosures Card readers and Flash drives.
  • USB storage file system supports FAT32 & NTFS.
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandSumvision
Item Weight345 g
Product Dimensions16.8 x 14.4 x 5.6 cm
Item model numberCyclone Micro
Lithium Battery Energy Content5 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_contained_in_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight3 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB0030DL3SC
Best Sellers Rank 17,022 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight422 g
Date First Available27 May 2009
  
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Product Description

Box Contains

M2380D-PZ;Power cord x1;D-Sub cable x1;USB cable x1;Remote controller x1

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Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By LS SPENCER on 14 April 2010
This is a no fuss plug and play gadget for your media files. I'd have to admit that at first I was sceptical as to its versatility as a media player, but then again all I wanted it to do was play my stuff on my TV set. It has played everything I've asked it to so far - VOB, AVI (also with subtitles), MPEG4, DIVX, MP3, WMA and WAV all without fuss. The user interface and remote control are no frills, basic and easy to navigate and yes, it recognises sub-folders/directories (a concern that I have read via another review elsewhere). The upscaling feature works well enough - (I guess if you were that bothered about picture quality you wouldn't be using low-def files in the first place...).

For £22 and free delivery I am very happy with the product and would recommend it if you, like me, just wanted to play your music and films through your TV.

pros: cheap, easy to use, plays your files no fuss, fits in your pocket
cons: no internal memory, no shuffle feature for tunes
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123 of 127 people found the following review helpful By The Kernel on 2 Sep 2009
Incredible. A solid, well-built and reliable product about the size of an IPOD. Plugged in straight out of the box, connected my external hard drive, selected AV on my TV and there it was, working perfectly. No software uploads, no configuring, no complexity at all. Simply plug it in and away you go. I did not purchase the additional cables which were recommended as you are supplied with an AV 3-into-1 cable (red, yellow, white into Black). This gives a great quality already without having to pay any more. A really quality product which does exactly what it says on the box. All of my own movies are stored on a Toshiba external hard drive and range from xVid, AVI, MPEG4 and they all work well. The menu shows the files and folders that you have already created on your hard drive and allows easy access using the supplied remote control. I cannot recommend this product highly enough. The future of movie playing at a very reasonable cost.
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176 of 183 people found the following review helpful By C. Dunn on 3 Feb 2010
I being 17 years old am constantly short of money. Hence I came up with the idea of getting rid of all my CDs and DVDs and just have raw data on my computer which can be downloaded for free. However, I had a major problem. I had to play everything on my laptop and it doesn't have the best quality picture or sound. I love music and movies. They are both a big part of my life so not having a good unit to experience both was a problem.

When I found the Cylcone micro I thought it wouldn't work. It's so small and how can it play videos when windows xp can't play videos without codecs. I don't know how, but by some sort of wizardry it plays a lot of my files.

I say "a lot" and not "all" because some AVIs cannot be played but this seldom happens. and even if it can't read it, they can be converted quite easily in under 10 minutes to a format it can play.

I have everything media and data related on a Western Digital 500 gb hard drive. Plug in and go.

Some people have been complaining about the remote but I find it ok to use, the only problem being you have to point at the tiny cyclone in the corner and not the TV, no big deal though.

I have heard of it totally formatting other customer's hard drives. I think this might be down to poor choice of hard drive. With something as fragile as an HDD holding 500gb of space it's best to not settle for less. I researched WD and they seem to be one of the biggest companies in external hard drive technology and it hasn't let me down at all, even when using it with the cyclone.

I Love how it can be played through HDMI and AV. HDMI is as you would probably guess, a lot better, but the AV is only a composite at the end of the day.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paulsinhis30's on 12 Oct 2009
What a great piece of kit. Small, well manufactured, light, works exactly as it says with very good quality playback of good quality avi/xvid/divx files.

For those that have issues with the playback quality I would say check your movie files, I have good quality legal digital content and a decent SDHC card and this works as good as HD DVD/Bluray player. If you are expecting HD video from a 600mb file you are just setting yourself up for disappointment, its not the players fault, (although on Standard Definition TV this size file can still look as good as DVD). Also, check the settings on the OSD menu to match the screen you are using.

Photos are good too, with 12mp pictures looking very good on the Big Screen. Haven't tried MP3 yet but that wasnt really what I wanted it for.

Got media files on your pc that you want to see on television? If yes, buy one of these, you will not be disappointed!
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Richard Bevan on 3 Aug 2009
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my number one reason for buying this was to play ISO files from my DVDs when traveling. It does this perfectly and for the price is much cheaper and smaller than anything else i've seen. Being able to use different USB hard disks is really nice since before I used an all in one media player/hard disk.
The only trouble I had was formatting the USB external disk since it would not recognize an NTFS disk formatted on my PC. It would say the disk had to be formatted again - which it formatted in FAT32 (no option as to which file system to use when formatting). Workaround so far is to let it format the disk in FAT32, then put the disk back on the PC, delete the partition and create it again in NTFS. Then the cyclone recognizes the disk as NTFS.
It played a couple of avi files I gave it but I didn't do extensive tests on what codecs it will support, but the DVD ISO image is most important for me. Many players (even WD TV) don't handle ISO.
There was enough power from the USB socket to work with several different 2.5" USB hard disks I tried, both SATA and IDE type, only my old Abigs 2.5" hard disk/media player caused trouble and would not spin up due to power requirements but a plain hard disk enclosure worked ok.
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